The economy will doubtlessly play an enormous role in determining the outcome of the upcoming Congressional election. It is currently predicted that the Republican Party will make substantial gain
With his "giant leap for mankind," Neil Armstrong dealt a defining blow to the Soviet Union in the tight space race. The Soviet Union never truly recovered from that blow.
So many of our important-sounding courses seem to have little practical value. Just try bringing up subject matter jurisdiction or easements at a party...
Last Tuesday at 6 p.m., the Faculty Conference Center was packed. Over a hundred students gathered to tune in on the Park 51 Dialogue hosted by the Muslim Law Student Association.
Twenty-eight. According to the official website, that's the average number of funerals performed at Arlington National Cemetery every day.
The SBA Senate has kicked off another exciting year at GW Law. The Senate is the legislative body of the SBA, representing all class years and making sure that
From his pep talks to the cast of the Law Revue*, to his navigation skills in helping parents roaming around campus, Dean Frederick M.
I have a posting on my wall from an article titled, "Word Choices: Pairs that Puzzle" by Suzanne E. Rowe.
As a 1L, I have enough on my plate without having to worry about job prospects. Right now I'm more concerned with physically surviving Crim Law than worrying about who's going to be paying my rent
On Monday, September 19, I attended CNBC's "Town Hall Meeting" with President Barack Obama.
Would you like to get better grades in the future? How about getting better grades for past semesters as well?
In terms of excuses for missing class, mine have always been pretty lame. I've slept in, missed the bus, been attacked by werewolves, etc.
As always I will try to make this week's column entertaining, stall-friendly, and provocative.
Hello all. The illustrious editors at the Nota Bene were nice enough to bring me on board so I could narrate life as a first year. I was very excited when they told me I got the job, so I immedia
Except I haven't so much heard 'girl' so much as something more insulting and less appropriate for print.